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This is the roof that gave me the inspiration for our house.

 

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Pic 1 is dirty kitchen sky lights.

 

And there I was, thinking they were chimneys for the Dirty Kitchen. :D


This is the roof that gave me the inspiration for our house.

 

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10 pages gone and NOW you are tellin' us? :D

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And there I was, thinking they were chimneys for the Dirty Kitchen. :D

 

10 pages gone and NOW you are tellin' us? :D

Lol just came across it now better late then never.

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1 + 2 +3 mix.

 

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EDIT: 1 water : 2 cement : 3 sand.

 

Just found it. I take it these are "parts"? 

 

1 part water

2 parts cement

3 parts sand

 

How about when pouring concrete in a slab and adding rock to it? How much rock should be added to it, in comparison?

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EDIT: 1 water : 2 cement : 3 sand.

 

Just found it. I take it these are "parts"? 

 

1 part water

2 parts cement

3 parts sand

 

How about when pouring concrete in a slab and adding rock to it? How much rock should be added to it, in comparison?

 

No. This is 1-2-3 mix. The water isn't included in the numbers.

 

1 Part Portland Cement

2 Parts Medium to Coarse Sand

3 Parts Gravel or Rock

 

How much water goes in is dependent on the application, but the strongest concrete will have just enough water to bind the mix. Runny concrete is NOT your friend if you want a permanent structure. You can also put in additives to slow drying time, to quicken drying time, to increase strength, to waterproof the finished product, to color, and to do other things. However, none of the additives are included in the mix numbers either.

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No. This is 1-2-3 mix. The water isn't included in the numbers.

 

1 Part Portland Cement

2 Parts Medium to Coarse Sand

3 Parts Gravel or Rock

 

How much water goes in is dependent on the application, but the strongest concrete will have just enough water to bind the mix. Runny concrete is NOT your friend if you want a permanent structure. You can also put in additives to slow drying time, to quicken drying time, to increase strength, to waterproof the finished product, to color, and to do other things. However, none of the additives are included in the mix numbers either.

 

Thank you  for answering the question. 

 

Rik

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ga-dJhrechk&list=UUqyO6nX_2Ydqrw9tG6i-XLA

Yes you can swap moulds but I only have the 4 inch moulds. But to tell you the truth i never even looked how they come out.

The  motor spins a unbalanced shaft that vibrates the table. The blocks after vibrating get stuck quite tight in the machineithe foot pedal breaks that after which the hand lever pushes them out the rest of the way. Yes it is for a chute.

The  neatness of the blocks depends on the operator. My operator is fussy but i dont mind.

I am loading a clip of him using it on Google+ but it is slow. Will give details how to view it later.

 

 

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Sorry made public now

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Sorry made public now

 

Amazing. I never had a clue how concrete hollow blocks were made. Thanks!

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Amazing. I never had a clue how concrete hollow blocks were made. Thanks!

Thats okay, some don't know how babies are made :)

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Thats okay, some don't know how babies are made :)

 

Well i am not to load a clip about that sorry .  :censor:

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Pic 1 is of 5 watt LED light in webbed truss.

Pic 2 is of master bedroom and bathroom taking shape

Pic 3 is of interlocking blocks to show strength they did not know how to do this at the start but are getting quite good at it now.

 

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Well we are coming to the end of the roof project and I am going back to Australia to be with my loving wife and children. I have been missing them so very much. I hope to remember a picture of the installed ridge capping before I go back. Thanks for your interest and advice. Now the walls need finishing before glass installation. The glass quote came close to 300k but that is for a lot of glass. It is amazing the change in 7 weeks. Our building site now is resembling a house. There is still a lot of work to be done but even now I am proud of our achievement. Maybe I will start a new blog about the complete build if there is interest? Rik

 

 

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Enuff

 

 

Maybe I will start a new blog about the complete build if there is interest?

 

are you kidding me.............. MUCH INTEREST HERE!!!

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